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Triumph & Disaster designed by DDMMYY

Face cleanser packaging for male skincare and accessory range Triumph & Disaster designed by DDMMYY

Triumph & Disaster is a male skincare and accessory range created by Dion Nash that aims to unite the traditional grooming experience with the high quality, natural and scientifically formulated expectations of today’s market. The range’s packaging, developed by New Zealand-based design studio DDMMYY, references and confidently brings the type-heavy, heraldic, structural and material choices of the past into the present with a contemporary consistency and a distinctive white on black colour palette.

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Delta Lion Pub designed by St Bernadine

Logo designed by St Bernadine for local drinking and dining spot Delta Lion Pub

Established in 1977 and located in the Delta district of British Columbia, the Delta Lion Pub is a popular local drinking and dining spot that serves pub classics and chef specials. Their new visual identity, created by graphic design studio St Bernadine, combines a wonderfully constructed logo-type, warm colour palette and plenty of retro inspired illustrative detail that celebrates local history and conveys the pub’s open and friendly atmosphere.

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Living Earth designed by Marx Design

Packaging and illustration by Marx Design for organic compost Living Earth

Living Earth is a New Zealand-based brand of organic compost created by collecting, recycling and ‘brewing’ green waste likely to have ended up in landfill sites. Digital design agency Fracture, working in collaboration with packaging specialist Ryan Marx, recently redeveloped the brand’s range of compost bags and bottles replacing a plain single and two colour economical design with a bright and playful resolution of vivid spot colours, simple plant illustrations, an expressive character style and a subtle sense of narrative.

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